Coleman Democrat-Voice (Coleman, Tex.), Vol. 67, No. 38, Ed. 1 Tuesday, March 11, 1952 Page: 2 of 8
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Democrat-Voice, Coleman, Texas, March
and Mrs. W. A, Briggs and
Mr, and Mrs. O. W - Buck," Sr., visit-
j cd Sunday in fort Worth with Mr.
land Mrs.' ft. N. Buck and children.
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Mr. and Mrs; Claude Briggs and
son. Kenneth of Grand Saline vis-
ited over the weekend . with his
father. A. Briggs .and Mrs},, ■Briggs.
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Ronnie Brown, student of Baylor
University. Waco, visited over the
weekend with his parents, Mr, ancl
Mrs. Steve Brown. ^ 1
Mr and Mrs. L. V. Byrd and son.
Ronnie, visited over the weekend in
gar. Antonio with her sister.
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Miss Ellene Barrage of
visited over the weekend
home of her parents, Mr, and Mrs.
R L, Burr.tge.
Rodney Pirtle, who is attending
i|xas A&M visited over the weekend
with his parents, Mr and Mrs. J,
Rev. and Mrs. T. L. Slimp, B. W.
Wallace, and Rev. James of Brown-
wood were in Crane last Monday
to attend a Fellowship meeting.
Mrs. B. B Hill of Brownwood ar-
rived Friday for a weeks visit in
the home of her daughter, Mrs,
Mrs. Charles Wilson and Carol
left Tuesday for Dallas where they
will visit with Rosalyn and attend
the initiation ceremonies of the
Delta Delta Delta Sorority, to which
Rosalyn is a pledge.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Livingston spent
Sunday in Talpa visiting in the
homes of Mrs. Ross Martin, Jr., and
Mrs. Kate Dyches.
WORTH A MONTH'S PAY—CpI Jene Weaver of Columbus, O.,
has a merry fling and a dream come true as he prepares to pitch a
lemon chiffon pie into the face of his top kick, lst/Sgt. Leroy
Fernnger of Sharon, Pa Twenty pies were flung at sergeant-
targets at'$10 a throw during the 26th Regiment's March of Dimes
party in Frankfurt, Germany The men of th^ 26th have given
more than $21,000 to the campaign.
Mrs. Virgil Thompson and three
children of Lubbock visited over the
weekend with Mrs. R. L. Brown
Miss Will Gideon visited over the
weekend in Stephenville with her
mother, Roger Gideon and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Clay Stephenson and
daughter Barbara and a girl friend,
Katherine' Smith, of San Angelo
visited over the weekend with Mr.
end Mrs. H M Thomson.
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Grelle of
Denton and Mr. and Mrs. Gene
Hatcher of Wichita Fills visited
over the weekend with their par-
ents. Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Hatcher.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stout of Big
Spring visited Sunday with Mrs. E.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Wilson of Colo-
rado City were Sunday visitors in
the home of Mrs. E. H. Ray.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Ray of Fort
Worth Visited here over the week-
end with his mother. Mrs. E. H. Ray.
Mrs. Mae McMillon visited over
the,, weekend in San Angelo with
Mr. and Mrs. Ervin McMillon.
Sgt. Tommie Simonton of Ama-
rillo AFB, Amarillo, visited here
over the weekend with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Simonton, other
relatives and friends.
W H. Jobe of Sweetwater visited
his son, Lewis Jobe and family last
Mr. and Mrs, Carson Walker of
Abilene visited over the weekend
with her mother. Mis. W. E. Love.
1 I1 Members of the Captain Wm.
i | Buckner Chapter of the Daughters
of the American Revolution who
are attending the Texas State Con-
ference this week at Waco are the
regent. Mrs. Lewis Jobe, Mrs. Anna
| Wells, and Mrs. Walter C. Wood-
Mr. and Mrs. Pat Johnson and
daughter are in Detroit, Mich., this
week on business.
Mrs. M. J. Brannon, Sr. and Mrs.
W.. R. Brannon are visiting the
first part of this week in Wink.
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Harrington.
Becky, Buck and Rusty, of Fort
Worth were guests of her brother,
Lewis Jobe and family this week-
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Ballard ac-
companied Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Ray
to their home in Fort Worth Sun-
day. They will remain for several
Santa Anna High
Har Open House,
The open house and special pro-
gram at. the Santa Anna High
School Thursday evening, was' giv-
en in observance of Public School
Week. March 1-9.
During the program, the grade
school choral club, under the direc-
tion of Mrs. Hal Martin, gave three
vocal numbers and the high school
orchestra, directed by T. K. Martin,
gave several musical selections. The
high school choral club, with Mrs.
Dorothy Thompson directing, also
furnished music for the program.
R. K. Green, superintendent, wel-
comed the guests and showed mov-
ing pictures that had been taken
of students on the- campus at the
ward school and high school. As
master of ceremonies, he pointed
out the significance and importance
of education week to the group.
Asks South Ward
R. C. Straughan has authorized
the Coleman Democrat-Voice to an-
nounce h}s candidacy for the office
of Councilman, North Ward. His
To the Voters of City of Cole-
man. North Ward:
I have announced my candidacy
for Councilman from the North
Ward after receiving many requests
from the voters of that ward.
I have resided ini Coleman County
since 1922 and have been in busi-
ness in the North Ward since 1947.
My interests are in the North Ward,
and if elected will, to the best of
my ability, endeavor to see that the
business of our city is operated on
a sound financial basis and that
the voters and residents are repre-
sented in an tionest and equitable
Your vote an'd influence is re-
District 10 Members
Chamber Of Commerce
Meet In Brownwood
O. L. Cheanev, Norman Hosch.
Neal R. Oakes and Ford Barn^
•were in Brownwood last Thursday.,
night to attend a meeting of Dis-
trict 10 of the West Texas Chamber
Frank Kelley of'CoIorado City,
president of the West Texas Cham-
ber of Commerce, was speaker for’
the meeting, which was held-in the
DR. T. R. HAVINS TO SPEAK
MARCH 1« AT WHITE CHAPEL
Dr. T. R: Havtns, head of the his-
tory department of Howard Payne
College, Brownwood, and a member
of the state prison board, will speak
at the White Chap&sBaptist Church
Sunday night. MarclXl6.
The public is invited to attend. ‘
R. C. STRAUGHAN
^ Democrat-Voice is authorized to
announce the candidacy of Delma
Johnson for the office of city
council in the South Ward of Cole-
with the following state-
the voters of the Soutli
GEORGE HAVENS TO SPEAK
TO BCFFALO METHODISTS
George Havens will speak at the
Buffalo Methodist Church on Wed-
nesday night, March 12,
The public is invited to attend
these seryires at 7:30 p.m.
A Solid Foundation
In the construction of a new building the first
consideration of an experienced builder is its founda-
tion. Eveiy precaution is us/ed. to see that the proper
amount of cement, the exact amount of sand and
gravel is used and above/ all the necessary steel re-
enforcement. L, / '
In building a successful financial career it is
important to conserve all resources and re-enforce
same with a strong and dependable banking connec-,
Our banking service will meet your needs. Our
willingness to serv/ is confirmed by the many satis-
“I am submitting my candidacy
for your city councilman from the
South Ward, with the request for
your best consideration.
"I believe that . a real service
can be rendered our ward, and the
city as a wfhole, through continued
conscientious representation. 1
promise only that your office will
be handled as well as I am able
to, and that it will be given all
the, time necessary to do it /rop-
"All of my 12 years in Coleman
have been spent in this ward, and
I have a real interest In seeing
its problems looked after right. If
you see fit to elect me, yoit may
be assured that I will do my best
•to do this.
"Your vote and influence in She
April 1 election will certainly be
appreciated. I thank you all.”
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Coleman Democrat-Voice (Coleman, Tex.), Vol. 67, No. 38, Ed. 1 Tuesday, March 11, 1952, newspaper, March 11, 1952; Coleman, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth751197/m1/2/: accessed October 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Coleman Public Library.